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The rating system as you know it wasn't used until 1968. Pyscho when it came out was simply rated as "approved." A. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012) B. The Babe (1992) C. Cleopatra (1963) D. Donnie Brasco (1997) E. Elvis (2022) F. Freddy vs. Jason (2003) G. What's Eating Gilbert Grape (1993) H. Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004) Everyone pisses salt water when it comes right down to it. The killing of Dickie (and the immediate after effect) is indicative of a sociopathic personality, not psychopathic. I'd also argue that the "weeping" during the murder of Peter is also indicative of sociopathy. 1. Boyz in the Hood (1991) 2. Disturbia (2007) 3. Young Sherlock Holmes (1985) I dunno. I kind of embrace those kinds of experiences, to a degree. It's likely the first on-film death I'd ever seen. It was a thing of terror to me for a long time. Then I'd seen an outtake where Quint gets a lot of the blood in his eye and someone off camera starts laughing... totally destroyed my childhood nightmares for me. Barn Burner (Ssn 5 Ep 20). I think the town's people should have gotten together and beat Jud Larrabee to death with ax handles in the middle of a field somewhere. True but it's still a total asshole move. It has nothing to do with absolute trust. I've never second guessed my doctor. It's about knowing your own medical history and understanding what you're doing to yourself. A lot of good medicines effect different people in different ways. View all replies >